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  1. Henry Ford's Last Surviving Grandson Dies at 88

    William Clay Ford, the last surviving grandson of Ford (NYSE:F) founder and automotive innovator Henry Ford, died Sunday at the age of 88.The Dearborn, Mich.-based a...

  2. William Clay Ford Dead At 88

    William Clay Ford, the owner of the Detroit Lions of the National Football League and a director emeritus of the Ford Motor Co. founded by his grandfather, Henry For...

  3. 7 Practices of Alan Mulally that Helped Ford Pass Competitors

    The remarkable turnaround of Ford led by Alan Mulally -- without U.S. government financial aid -- provides an outstanding example of how to gain competitive advantag...

  4. Alan Mulally Reportedly Staying At Ford Thru 2014

    Despite endless speculation on the future of the coveted Ford (NYSE:F) chief executive Alan Mulally, a member of Ford's board of directors said Thursday Mulally is n...

  5. Is It Time For This Bull To Take a Break?

    A couple of conflicting Wall Street-isms seem to be weighing on traders currently.The first is, "The trend is your friend." So far in 2013, the trend has indeed been...

  6. Mulally on Microsoft Rumors: I love Serving Ford

    Ford Motor Co Chief Executive Alan Mulally repeatedly declined to dismiss reports that he was approached to run Boeing Co or Microsoft Corp , and neither would he co...

  7. 4 Family Money Lessons From Top Companies

    Especially for those who start out in a deep financial hole, getting your finances in order can seem impossible.If it's any consolation, so can starting a successful...

  8. Marketing Tips to Set Your Brand Apart

    You can be a great marketer. You can work smarter, not harder while helping more prospects and producing more quality work. Here are 11 steps to getting your marketing plan on the road to success.

  9. U.S. Automakers Vie For Tech Talent

    U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire software "codaholics," an effort that is increasingly pitting Detroit against its technology partners in ...

  10. Detroit Bankruptcy Sets Stage for Costly Court Battle

    Detroit filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history on Thursday, setting the stage for a costly court battle with creditors and opening a new chapter in t...

  11. Former Ford CEO Philip Caldwell dies at 93

    Philip Caldwell, the first CEO of Ford Motor Co from outside the Ford family, died at his home Wednesday.Caldwell, who lived in New Caanan, Conn., was 93. He died of...

  12. Why Founders Matter: The Men's Warehouse Folly

    Founders aren't just figureheads; they are the foundation of the business.Successful companies are the offspring of their founders and are rooted in the personality,...

  1. Big-time success for Apple

    FBN’s Tom Sullivan on Apple’s impressive quarter and Total CEO’s deadly plane crash in Moscow, Russia.

  2. Stossel 09/03/2014: Back to School

    Stossel and guests examine Common Core, the history of education reform and technology used in the classroom

  3. Build a 3-D printed car in 45 hours

    Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers on using a 3-D printer to build a working car.

  4. How the higher dollar could impact U.S. manufacturing?

    The Wall Street Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker on Apple Pay, RadioShack and currencies.

  5. Federal government spending $10M to build robots for your kids?

    Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte, co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and Macro Portfolio Wealth Management Senior V.P. Jim Lacamp on the federal government spending millions on robots to act as ‘personal trainers’ for your children and whether Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is tech’s new ‘it’ guy.

  6. Is unabashed bravado the key to success?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and reporter Kate Rogers on whether it takes a big ego to become successful.

  7. Mulally’s next chapter

    Ford CEO Alan Mulally sits down with FBN’s Liz Claman for an extended interview before his exit from the company.

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